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  1. Amy Amy says:

    When She Was Bad examines the terrifying relationship between two hot young lovers who also happen to be coldblooded killers Multiples in love imagine the possibilities, said one of the twisted couple s earlier victims Lily DeVries and Ulysses Maxwell have quite a few things in common Both were horrifically abused as children, then diagnosed with multiple personality disorder, and eventually incarcerated in the same Oregon mental institution There, they fell into the hands of the well mea When She Was Bad examines the terrifying relationship between two hot young lovers who also happen to be coldblooded killers Multiples in love imagine the possibilities, said one of the twisted couple s earlier victims Lily DeVries and Ulysses Maxwell have quite a few things in common Both were horrifically abused as children, then diagnosed with multiple personality disorder, and eventually incarcerated in the same Oregon mental institution There, they fell into the hands of the well meaning, genially sinister director, Dr Al.When the ingenious lovers engineer a bloody escape, the only people who have a chance of stopping them are the rumpled, endearingly flawed E L Pender and Dr Irene Cogan, a brilliant psychiatrist who loves Lily almost as much as she fears Maxwell With the aid of a private investigator, Pender and Cogan take on a pair of killers who win hearts as easily as they slit throats This is my first novel by this author.It was the theme of multiple personality disorder that attracted me and as a bonus there are two characters Lily and Lyssy who have multiple personality disorder.Honestly speaking at the start , the events felt forced to me The death of grandparents was of course for the shock value as much as for the character LiLy as for the reader.Intially I couldn t feel any attachment to Lily or her doctor Irene.But gradually the novel picked up It was interesting to see how Lily dealt with her condition and Max dealt with his The doctor was very disappointing, maybe because I have started in the middle of the series, I couldn t feel anything for the doctor what she underwent The high point was the interaction between Lyssy and Lilith, then Max and Lily.The dramatic scene toward the end was unsatisfactory, not the end but just before the end, that part could have hadtension and thrill added to it It felt a little lukewarm The ending was satisfactory.The pace is fast and if there was a little polishing done it could be four stars, however it did build up to a happy ending with almost all the ends tied.I enjoyed it.Good read


  2. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    This is the fourth book in the EL Pender series but a sequel to The Girls He Adored which is why I jumped Max has spent the last two years in a high security insane asylum being treated for DID under the care of a Dr whose idea of treatment is questionable In comes Lily and Lilith she has suffered the same horrible abuse as a child and now as a result, also suffers from DID Could it be a match made in multiple personalty psychopathic heaven I finished this book in a day It was awesom This is the fourth book in the EL Pender series but a sequel to The Girls He Adored which is why I jumped Max has spent the last two years in a high security insane asylum being treated for DID under the care of a Dr whose idea of treatment is questionable In comes Lily and Lilith she has suffered the same horrible abuse as a child and now as a result, also suffers from DID Could it be a match made in multiple personalty psychopathic heaven I finished this book in a day It was awesome Nasaw left out all that unnecessary brutal rape that plagued the first book, so it was muchenjoyable to read


  3. Cindy Cindy says:

    Nasaw is back to his good old tricks with this one Great look into the world of multiple personalities Ulysses is back in this one.


  4. Eva Eva says:

    Unlike anything I have read I didn t realize it was part of a small series, I am reading them over from the beginning Definitely a different kind of thriller.


  5. Kim Kim says:

    This book is a genius masterpiece


  6. Pisces51 Pisces51 says:

    REVIEWWhen She Was Bad was my first introduction to the works of Jonathan Nasaw This novel was listed in SERIAL KILLER NOVELS TEN OF THE BEST on Crime Fiction Lover.com It was in fact the second selection that I chose to read from the ten novels listed, the first being Where Serpents Lie by T Jefferson Parker I investigated this choice prior to purchase, since Jonathan Nasaw was a new author to me The first thing I learned was that there is doggone near a cult following associated with REVIEWWhen She Was Bad was my first introduction to the works of Jonathan Nasaw This novel was listed in SERIAL KILLER NOVELS TEN OF THE BEST on Crime Fiction Lover.com It was in fact the second selection that I chose to read from the ten novels listed, the first being Where Serpents Lie by T Jefferson Parker I investigated this choice prior to purchase, since Jonathan Nasaw was a new author to me The first thing I learned was that there is doggone near a cult following associated with his first nailbiting thriller featuring former FBI agent E L Pender, namely The Girls He Adored In fact, its sequel When She Was Bad was generally speaking a huge disappointment to the loyal fans of the first book Reviews included readers that had loved the first one so much that it had been re read over the years Armed with the above insights I purchased the recommended novel the sequel When She Was Bad reasoning that I could not be disappointed or let down because I had not read the first book This would permit me to examine my feelings about the reading experience without undue negative influences So, here goes LOVED IT It was unputdownable.a solid 5 stars for my money It is necessary to note that I am reading psychological suspense novels right now that have been around and there are tons of reviews to check out onand goodreads However, I REALLY loved this book It tackles the subject of multiple personality disorder, or when I was working in a clinical psychiatric setting MPD Honestly, as a former psychiatric nurse in ICU, I never encountered one single case of substantiated MPD That doesn t render the condition as described in psychological literature any less fascinatingand the author creates a credible setting, colorful yet believable characters, and a villain in the case of Ulysses Maxwell that is chillingly real This writer is a master at building suspense, and delivering the shocks when you have just lowered the threat level His narrative skills have an almost visceral effect with clever writing and adroit slight of hand By the way, the ending of the novel did not appear to be popular among reviewers I must say that it had the PERFECT ending for me It is a given that I can now make it a point to read thepopular outing The Girls He Adored I can hardly be disappointed


  7. Kristi Kristi says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here So many smart and experienced people making incredibly stupid decisions Come on And letting Lily completely off the hook College and therapy as needed Makes zero sense The characters seemed anachronistic and not fleshed out enough Missed many opportunities, in my opinion, to give themdepth and complexities As it stands, not buying it Decent plot, Irritating read.


  8. Rhiannan Rhiannan says:

    Loved this Read it in a couple days which is very quick for me I was hooked on it straight away and kept a fast pace the whole way It was a nice change from the usual detective vs serial killer books I read with the multiple personally disorders on display Highly recommend checking this out if you re in to thrillers


  9. Magdalen Magdalen says:

    Amazing It s been a while since I last read a Jonathan Nasaw novel and I have forgotten how gripping his crime thrillers are This is a sequel to The girls he adored Good to read both books in order.


  10. Crubano410comcast.comnone Crubano410comcast.comnone says:

    Read it all the way to the end Good story idea, grossly written Too descriptive of murders and needless sex details for me Won t read this author again


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When She Was Bad ❰Download❯ ➵ When She Was Bad Author Jonathan Nasaw – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Lily deVries suffers from dissociative identity disorder, which means that her mind has fragmented into different personalities One of those personalities is Lilith, the violent psychopath When Lilith Lily deVries suffers from dissociative identity disorder, which means that her mind has fragmented into different personalities One of those personalities is Lilith, the violent psychopath When Lilith meets Max, a fellow sufferer, it s up to ex FBI Agent Pender to When She MOBI :Ú track them down and prevent a carnage beyond imagining.

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  • Paperback
  • 372 pages
  • When She Was Bad
  • Jonathan Nasaw
  • English
  • 04 September 2019
  • 1847390404

About the Author: Jonathan Nasaw

Jonathan Nasaw is the acclaimed author of Fear Itself and The Girls He Adored, both Literary Guild Selections He lives in Pacific Grove, CaliforniaSeries EL Pender James Whistler.